However... even back then, they were still considered second rate pieces of cardboard.
Just check out this Gibson...
1994 Nabisco All-Stars Legends #1
Is there a single person out there who believes Gibby looks better without a Cardinals' logo on his hat?
Probably not. And if there are a few of you out there, you're definitely in the minority. The fact is... I would rather see a team's logo instead of a blank jersey or hat.
But if you're on a strict cardboard budget, then logo-less cardboard is a great alternative. In honor of Flashback Friday, I present some very affordable HOFer autographs from the 90's:
1994 Nabisco All-Stars Legends #2
A few months ago, I was in the process of building my 1998 Donruss Signatures "Significant Signatures" set, when I came across this set on eBay. I entered a small bidding war with two other collectors and when the dust settled, I emerged the victor with a $21.50 bid.
1994 Nabisco All-Stars Legends #3
Tack on $3.34 for shipping and I walked away paying less than $25 for four on-card, certified autographs of players enshrined in Cooperstown.
1994 Nabisco All-Stars Legends #4
Each of the cards were accompanied by these COA's from Nabisco:
What about you?
What are you thoughts on 90's Nabisco autographs and/or logo-less cardboard?
Happy Friday and sayonara!